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Cellex-C High Potency Serum

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I was asked to take vitamin C suppements orally. This sounds similar except that it is topical.

I wonder which would be more effective, topical or oral???

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Hey I couldn't find "www.dermastore.com" could you give a direct link to it?

I found a bundle at http://www.dermatologynow.com that contains the High Potency Serum and a Hydra 5 B-Complex that's supposed to make the serum more effective. Here's the link to that http://www.dermatologynow.com/cart/SearchO...p?Criteria=8616. I found out about this product from a previous post that lead to this site http://shop.store.yahoo.com/skindoctor/accutane.html.

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I tried it and it was just too strong for my skin. I don't think it does much for scars or whatever. I believe that Pure Deming's R-ALA Gel is much better.

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As far as vitamin C, or any other vitamins in skin creams, it is almost impossible to get it to be absorbed by the skin. Even if you could somehow get much deep into the skin, vitamins don't help get rid of scars, anyway. It is only another over-priced, over-hyped useless skin product, imho. Sorry

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I went through a couple bottles of Cellex C High Potency Serum a few years ago. It irritated my skin and didn't do anything for the scarring.

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I've used it for several months and feel like I see some improvement, a very little bit with discoloration and a little bit with smoothness--but it sure won't wipe out scars or do anything dramatic. I really think everyone reacts to topicals differently and it's hard to know what is going to work without trying it. I know that's not very helpful. Also, I should point out that they now make the Cellex C serum for sensitive skin.

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